If you are the owner of a dog who demands frequent visit to the groomers, every week which results into drilling a hole in your pocket, it is advisable to buy your own set of dog clippers. In a way, clipping your dog yourself not only sounds great, but does save your money and hassle.
But before you order your set of clippers, it is advisable to have a look at the available options and decide which ones are right for you and your dog. Some of the popular picks are Andis, Oster and Wahl. As we know all dog clippers are not meant for all purpose. Some of them are appropriate for trimming or grooming and can be applied to groom different areas of your dog’s body. They are mostly available in different sizes for different sizes of dogs and accordingly price may vary.
If you are buying the clippers for the first time, it is better you buy a whole kit. Usually it contains dog clippers, comb, scissors, guard and some of them come along with a DVD to give you a complete demo on dog grooming. It is also a good option to check for the reviews posted by the users. Initially if you are buying a complete set of clippers, it might appear costly to you but if you can maintain them with proper care, it will save your money in long run.
Another point to be kept in mind while buying a clipper is the amount of noise it creates. It is always advisable to go for a clipper that creates less noise. A noisy clipper can frighten your dog.
Lamberts Vet Supply sells both Andis Dog Clippers and Andis Dog Clipper Blades in reasonable prices. The set of clippers comes in different varieties and some of them like Andis ProClip AG2 do not demand regular oiling or maintenance. They are mostly detachable and can be changed on requirement. LVS often sells products in limited offer. So, to avail the best price, you can order this one when during sale.